Clarification to Gilmanton budget story

Regarding yesterday’s story about the town tax rate in Gilmanton, Brett Currier said hewas not on the current board of selectmen who decided not to use surplus money to offset the tax rate.

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Police say young man threatened with gun

LACONIA – A male juvenile walking near Autumn Street, a connector street between Winter and Summer streets, told police he was threatened yesterday at 2:50 p.m. by an unknown man with a firearm.
Police said the youth told them a red car with black trim and what looked like an emblem having stars on its trunk, stopped in front of him, that the operator yelled something to him, and pointed a black handgun at him.
He said the driver had a pockmarked face but both of the occupants wore black hoodies.
Anyone who was in the area or who knows anything about this is asked to call the Laconia Police at 524-5252 or the Laconia Crime Line at 524-1717.

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Rehearing on Timber Land delayed

GILFORD — The proposed request for a rehearing of the decision of the Zoning Board of Adjustments to lift a cease-and-desist order that was stopping Timber Land Farm, the home of Beans and Greens, from hosting outdoor events has been postponed until Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.
Chairman Scott Davis said the reason for the postponement is that the minutes of the meeting in which the decision to rescind the order were delayed. According to the ZBA's attorney, both the abutter who wants the cease-and-desist order imposed and Timber Land Farm should have until the close of business on Monday to submit additional evidence supporting their positions.
The decision to postpone was passed 3 to 0. Timber Land Farm owner and board Chairman Andrew Howe and attorney Stephan Nix recused themselves from the vote.

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